We have seen many pop stars come and go. Some of them turned out to be one hit wonders; while others went on to have a successful, lucrative music career. Often, the musicians enjoy making music, but sometimes hate the spotlight that comes with it. They may want to live a normal life away from the madness the industry creates. Some artists seem as though they vanished from the music industry. Let’s take a look at some successful pop stars that have completely fell under the music radar.
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Willa Ford became a star in the early 2000’s when she released the hit, ‘I Wanna Be Bad‘. She hasn’t released any new music since her debut album, ‘Willa Was Here‘.
Paula DeAnda rose to fame in 2006 with her first single, ‘Doing Too Much‘. She release her debut album, ‘Paula DeAnda‘ shortly after. Paula DeAnda most recently appeared on NBC’s ‘The Voice‘, but was eliminated.
Singer Vitamin C released the perfect graduation song, ‘Graduation (Friends Forever)‘ in 1999. Shortly after releasing her second album, ‘More‘ in 2001, she stopped releasing music.
Ryan Cabrera hit single ‘On The Way Down‘ reached number 15 on the Billboard charts in 2001. Cabrera released four albums, with the last being ‘The Moon Under Water‘ in 2008. He recently released an EP earlier this year titled, ‘Wake Up Beautiful’.
Samantha Mumba became a superstar after releasing her debut single, ‘Gotta Tell You‘. However, she hasn’t had much success music-wise after releasing her debut album.
In 2003, you couldn’t turn no the radio without hearing Stacie Orrico’s hit, ‘(There’s Gotta Be) More To Life‘. She attempted to release more music following her debut, but they failed to chart successfully.
Mya was superstar in the late 90’s. She was considered a triple threat because she could sing, act and was a professionally trained dancer. She hasn’t released any new music in a while, but is still preforming at venues and making club appearances.
Frankie J’s hit single ‘Obsession (No Es Amor)‘ peaked at number 3 on the charts in 2005. The singer hasn’t released music in almost 3 years.
Baby Bash’s ‘Suga Suga‘ gave the rapper global fame. He hasn’t had a huge hit single since.
Tevin Campbell was a teenage heartthrob in the 90’s. He had two hit singles, ‘I’m Ready‘, and ‘Can We Talk‘. Campbell was also the voice of Powerline in the Disney film, ‘A Goofy Movie‘. The singer hasn’t released an album since 1999.
Source : https://www.lolwot.com/20-pop-stars-that-vanished-from-the-industry/